When the COVID-19 pandemic started to ramp up in February of 2020, there was a call to arms in a sense as staff started to prepare from intensive care and beyond.

Forbes McGain, intensive care specialist at Western Health quickly realised that there were some gaps in how they might be able to treat patients with COVID-19.

This episode delves into how Western health doctors and engineering experts from the University of Melbourne came up with a solution to the fear and risk facing hospital workers caring for COVID patients.

This amazing invention was named a ‘life changer’ for many, Laloma an intensive care nurse at Western Health was one of the first trial patients when she was suspected of having COVID-19.

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